Thailand may have recently experienced political unrest, but the new leadership - the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) - has demonstrated its commitment for Thailand to remain a welcoming destination for world tourism.
The South African National Roads Agency Ltd (Sanral) will ask the Western Cape High Court next week to grant it a secrecy application, which will allow it keep details of the proposed tolling of the N1 and N2 highways confidential.
The tourism sector plays a significant role in Cape Town's economy and the steady stream of visitors to our shores bears testimony to this fact. Not only does it affirm the city's status as a destination of choice, but it creates sustainable employment for around 34,500 permanent and 15,000 temporary workers in the sector.
Probably the worst thing after a missing a flight is catching one of those dreaded 6am flights from Cape Town to Jozi or Durbs. Not only does it mean you have to at least be at the airport by 5:20am (if you checked in online), but if you live as far as Fish Hoek or Brackenfell, you have to get up at like 3:30am. No one should have to do that!
As the 2014 FIFA World Cup fever wears off, Brazil will start evaluating the impact of the tournament on its economy. Undoubtedly, one of the key economic pillars that it will pay attention to is the tourism sector.
Café Caprice, renowned for their parties, artisan cocktails and fresh, simple, delectable food served up in a spectacular setting, recently welcomed new Executive Chef, Dylan Jacobs, to their beach bar family.
The Taj Cape Town Human Resources Department were selected as the winner of the Best Human Resources Team in the luxury international division of the Taj Awards for Business Excellence (TABE) awards ceremony held earlier this month.